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Webinar: How do we really record lectures?

Making the best use of multiple evidence sources in a large institutional evaluation project

Date: December 17 - 2019
Location: Online

This webinar will be presented by Jill R D MacKay, University of Edinburgh and will take place on Tuesday 17 December 2019 from 12:30 to 13:15. The webinar is free to attend and prior registration is not required.

Webinar details

The University of Edinburgh has recently equipped over 400 teaching spaces with a centrally provided lecture recording service. Jill MacKay used mixed-methodologies to explore how staff and student experiences were affected, including National Student Survey, Course Evaluation Questionnaires, and service data. At present, the university is running a series of workshops to develop best practice guidance for learning and teaching with lecture recordings. This webinar will explore how we engaged with all available evidence regarding student experience and share how we have been developing teaching practice in response.

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